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MPACT Day of Service Set for November
A new program from the Wilks Leadership Institute aims to combine leadership enactment, community building, and service.
Health Education Meets Gamification (with Prizes!)
EdLogics was introduced to Miami students in the Spring as a fun, engaging way to learn about health using gamification principles. Their fall registration drive kicks off in October.
Dan Darkow Receives the Lydia Block Rising Star Award
Dan Darkow, coordinator in the Miller Center for Student Disability Services, was recently awarded the Ohio Association for Higher Education and Disability’s Dr. Lydia Block Rising Star Award.
FAFSA for 2020-2021 Available
The 2020 - 2021 FAFSA is available as of October 1, 2019. New, incoming first-year students are encouraged to submit the FAFSA by the Priority 1 deadline of December 1, 2019 or the Priority 2 Deadline of February 1, 2020. The priority deadline for returning, regional, transfer, and graduate students is February 1, 2020. Visit for more information.
Open to all: Register now for Miami's first annual Diversity and Inclusion Conference Oct. 11
Miami's first annual Diversity and Inclusion Conference will be held 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11, at Shriver Center.
Two Fraternities Nationally Recognized
Two fraternities in the Interfraternity Council were recognized with the highest level of award at their international conventions this year.
Empowering Leadership at Miami and Beyond
In its second year, the Empowering Leadership at Miami and Beyond pre-semester program for new students aims to inspire and prepare students to run for office in college and beyond.
Residence Life Receives Inclusive Excellence Award
The Office of Residence Life received the ICA Inclusive Excellence Award for their everyday efforts in creating an inclusive living-learning environment for students who reside on campus.
Student Free Speech on Campus
At Miami University, we believe that the First Amendment is essential to the pursuit of knowledge. We educate our students to become informed citizens, to think critically, and to express themselves in a thoughtful and compelling manner. The Constitutional right to free speech is at the very heart of this education.